I got this link today from Jah Prince.
We had a convo about Rub A Dub on his radio show last week.
Rub A Dub stylee is a beloved part of reggae culture and I created an event called Rub-A-Dub ATL.
You can check out the Sunsplash Mix Show segment to hear me talk about my passion, the mission to share reggae music with my community and the world at large.
We speak with the selector/promoter Kahlil Wonda about the history and current status of “Rub A Dub” music. Monthly, he invites our Atlanta and surrounding neighbors to fulljoy this diverse reggae sub-genre with featured international selectors. This event is dedicated to positive vibes so it is Sunsplash Media Endorsed.
Humble Me – Jah9
Tune In Rub A Dub Sound – Sugar Minott
Full Highlanda Rub-A-Dub Interview
Someone – Kranium
Click HERE to download or listen.
Originally posted on iLoveSunSplash.com
Here is a video of Terri K’s weekly Dancehall Now segment, “As Told By Terri K.” She talks about her experience transitioning from a dancehall fanatic living in ATL to an on air radio personality.
Every so often there comes a track that captures the attention of everyone that hears it in an inexplicable manner. Whether it is the message, the rhythm, or the flow, it simply has that it factor. Karamanti’s single “Read” is one such track.
As the name implies, the song speaks about the importance of reading and associates the degrading lyrics and images in music with the presenter’s ignorance. Since its release, the track has been getting favorable radio rotation both on the local and international scene.
In early October it entered the Conscious Top 10 chart which is featured on the program Intensity Friday, every Friday from 6pm -8pm on Roots 96.1 FM (in Jamaica). As of Friday, November 2nd, “Read” is sitting in the number one spot.
Listen and download “Read” here.